In brief, multiphoton autofluorescence and SHG were excited using 800 nm of light from a mode-locked femtosecond Ti:sapphire oscillator (Mira 900 D Coherent). 8, 29 May 2019 | ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering, Vol. Collagenous fibers are embedded in this matrix but are too thin to be seen. The mesenteric depot forms a glue-like web that supports the intestines and the omental depot (which originates near the stomach and spleen) and - when massive - extends into the ventral abdomen. The net direction of this flux is controlled by insulin and leptin—if insulin is elevated, then there is a net inward flux of FFA, and only when insulin is low can FFA leave adipose tissue. The initial and final moduli calculated from the first and fifth cycles differed by <1.2% (n = 4). 2, 3 October 2018 | Journal of Applied Polymer Science, Vol. 6, 12 December 2016 | Nutrition & Diabetes, Vol. Solid gray line, omental AT (k1 = 0.0099 s−1, k2 = 0.001 s−1); dashed black line, subcutaneous specimen (k1 = 0.0071 s−1, k2 = 0.0001 s−1). However, there were also regions containing a much higher proportion of matrix, with coarser collagen fibers and some elastin fibers (Fig. Adipose (Fat) Tissue Adipose tissue, or fat tissue, is considered a connective tissue even though it does not have fibroblasts or a real matrix, and has only a few fibers. 46, No. 10, No. [32], Marrow fat, also known as marrow adipose tissue (MAT), is a poorly understood adipose depot that resides in the bone and is interspersed with hematopoietic cells as well as bony elements. The fact that MAT increases in the setting of calorie restriction/ anorexia is a feature that distinguishes this depot from other fat depots. Metabolically active tissue with temperature responses similar to brown adipose was first reported in the neck and trunk of some human adults in 2007,[57] and the presence of brown adipose in human adults was later verified histologically in the same anatomical regions.[58][59][60]. [40][41], Free fatty acids (FFAs) are liberated from lipoproteins by lipoprotein lipase (LPL) and enter the adipocyte, where they are reassembled into triglycerides by esterifying them onto glycerol. The matrix plays a major role in the functioning of this tissue. We thank Richard Gilbert and the Histopathology Department of the Royal Devon and Exeter Foundation National Health Service (NHS) Trust for the preparation of fixed sections. There is also a second, larger-scale matrix component in the form of large assemblies of collagen fibers forming interlobular septa associated with vasculature and nerves (4, 7). Preparation of fibroin and decellularized matrix hydrogels . In six of these subjects (BMI = 28.2 ± 7.7 kg/m2) the ratio of elastin to collagen was also determined. [80][81][82] Leptin is produced in the white adipose tissue and signals to the hypothalamus. In individual tissue specimens a greater proportion of elastin corresponded to higher distensibility and a greater difference between the initial and final moduli, although overall, the relationship was statistically significant only in subcutaneous tissue. To achieve this, the meter passes a small, harmless, electric current through the body and measures the resistance, then uses information on the person's weight, height, age, and sex to calculate an approximate value for the person's body fat percentage. This project does not necessarily reflect the views of the NIHR Exeter Clinical Research Facility, the NHS, or the Department of Health. 4, 27 June 2018 | Bioengineering, Vol. Far from being hormonally inert, adipose tissue has, in recent years, been recognized as a major endocrine organ,[2] as it produces hormones such as leptin, estrogen, resistin, and cytokine (especially TNFα). [33][34][35] Exercise regulates MAT, decreasing MAT quantity and diminishing the size of marrow adipocytes. 10, 22 July 2016 | Scientific Reports, Vol. 1, 3 March 2017 | ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, Vol. 1, C–E. 7, 8 February 2016 | International Journal of Obesity, Vol. [7], In an obese person, excess adipose tissue hanging downward from the abdomen is referred to as a panniculus. Using KaleidaGraph (Synergy Software, Reading, PA), the time course of stress relaxation was fitted by a double exponential function of the form F(t) = A1e(−k1t) + A2 + A3e(−k2t), where k1 and k2 are the rate constants, A1 and A3 are the amplitudes of the two exponential components, and A2 is the asymptote. In addition, adipose-derived stem cells from both human and animals reportedly can be efficiently reprogrammed into induced pluripotent stem cells without the need for feeder cells. Mice have eight major adipose depots, four of which are within the abdominal cavity. 2A, but a network of fine collagen fibers spanned the region with sparse elastic fibers. Human fat tissue contains about 87% lipids. and C.P.W. It is called white fat. An electron microscope study, Increased fat intake, impaired fat oxidation, and failure of fat cell proliferation result in ectopic fat storage, insulin resistance, and type 2 diabetes mellitus, Extracellular matrix 4: the elastic fiber, Sbarbati A, Accorsi D, Benati D, Marchetti L, Orsini G, Rigotti G, Panettiere P, Subcutaneous adipose tissue classification, Thematic review series: adipocyte biology. In this region, many cells are deformed and displaced under strain, and the matrix fibers reorientate. These results suggest that subcutaneous AT has greater capacity for expansion and recovery from mechanical deformation than omental AT. Address for reprint requests and other correspondence: C. P. Winlove, Biomedical Physics Group, Dept. The hydrated dimensions of the specimen were measured using a micrometer prior to testing, and the specimen, ∼8–17 mm in length, 3–6.5 mm in width, and 1.5–3.5mm in thickness, was attached using a small quantity of high-viscosity superglue gel (Everbuild, Stick 2 Superglue Gel) that was applied to two metal paddles. A1 and A3 are the amplitudes of the 2 exponential components, A2 is the asymptote and r is the goodness-of-fit coefficient. In most cases the AT sample was subdivided for use in all experiments, but this was not always practicable. Prior to each measurement, the initial length of the sample between the ends of the paddles was measured at the point where the sample was just straight, and the recorded force first rose above zero. AT also provides thermal insulation and mechanical protection and is a major endocrine organ with an active role in metabolic regulation and physiological homeostasis (37). 5, 27 March 2019 | Journal of Biomechanical Engineering, Vol. Leptin, however, plays a different role in diet-induced obesity in rodents and humans. The two superficial depots are the paired inguinal depots, which are found anterior to the upper segment of the hind limbs (underneath the skin) and the subscapular depots, paired medial mixtures of brown adipose tissue adjacent to regions of white adipose tissue, which are found under the skin between the dorsal crests of the scapulae. [67][68][69], The list of molecules that influence browning has grown in direct proportion to the popularity of this topic and is constantly evolving as more knowledge is acquired. These features were seen in both the intact tissues and digested samples. Adipocytes contain lipid droplets of stored triglycerides. 1, 16 January 2019 | Journal of The Royal Society Interface, Vol. Cartilage is also an important connective tissue as it helps in smoothening the bone surfaces at the joints. Each adipocyte is closely encapsulated by an extracellular matrix that has been described as consisting of a basement membrane rich in type IV collagen surrounded by a matrix rich in fibrous collagens (4). At the end of this procedure, 8–10% (w/v) fibroin solution was obtained. C–F: representative stress-strain and stress-relaxation curves. Samples were mounted on paddles as described above and laid horizontally, completely immersed in PBS, pH 7.4, at room temperature. AT is normally considered to be a connective tissue of high expandability (30). BAT activation may also occur in response to overfeeding. 19, No. 14, No. 2A). AT was obtained from 44 subjects undergoing surgery. Visceral fat is different from subcutaneous fat underneath the skin, and intramuscular fat interspersed in skeletal muscles. 361, No. Therefore, the stress-relaxation properties are likely to be important only in situations where AT is subject to sustained compressive loading. C and D: a subcutaneous AT sample studied at 0 and 30% strain, respectively. Blood connective tissue Red blood cells (erythrocytes) carry oxygen. Browning in response to chronic cold exposure has been well documented and is a reversible process. Cellular disruption by osmotic challenge altered the mechanical properties of the tissue. Human adipose tissue was decellularized to obtain a matrix devoid of lipids and cells, while preserving ECM architecture and bioactivity. Making the appropriate adjustments is a task for the future, but we feel that the indices we use allow us to compare the bulk mechanical properties of the different tissues. [51], Adipose tissues also secrete a type of cytokines (cell-to-cell signalling proteins) called adipokines (adipose cytokines), which play a role in obesity-associated complications. 10, No. 77, Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine, Vol. The elastin fibers provide long-range elasticity (28) and appear to contribute both to the initial elastic modulus and the more rapid phase of stress relaxation. no. 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Among these molecules are irisin and fibroblast growth factor 21 (FGF21), which have been well-studied and are believed to be important regulators of browning. The calorie-burning capacity of brown and beige fat has been extensively studied as research efforts focus on therapies targeted to treat obesity and diabetes. Adipose tissue is derived from preadipocytes. Our results also reveal that subcutaneous AT has lower energy dissipation density than omental AT and slower stress relaxation. It is unfortunate that the pericellular matrix could be visualized only after cell shrinkage. Changes in cell and matrix organization were observed as incremental strains were applied to the tissue up to a 30% strain. Anthropometric assessment was performed. 34, No. Fig. Third, using equine adipose tissue where we could obtain large quantities of relatively uniform samples, we investigated the relationship between sample dimensions and calculated modulus and found no significant correlation. 1, 22 July 2015 | Scientific Reports, Vol. Using ChIP-seq in conjunction with other tools, recent studies have identified over 30 transcriptional and epigenetic factors that influence beige adipocyte development. 11, 12 September 2020 | Bioengineering, Vol. BAT can generate heat by "uncoupling" the respiratory chain of oxidative phosphorylation within mitochondria through tissue-specific expression of uncoupling protein 1 (UCP1). For the the participants from whom the initial and final moduli were measured, BMI = 31.9 ± 8.7 kg/m2 (n = 19). Using Finite Element Analysis and a Voronoi Polyhedron model, we manipulated the viscoelasticities of the core materials, shell thickness, porosity, and cell shape to achieve a broad range of composite properties. drafted the manuscript; N.A., J.M., A.C.S., K.K., and C.P.W. Both procedures caused cell shrinkage, which served to reveal the pericellular matrix, which contained both collagen and elastin but presumably distorted its normal architecture (Fig. [61] It is increased in BAT during cold exposure and is thought to aid in resistance to diet-induced obesity[71] FGF21 may also be secreted in response to exercise and a low protein diet, although the latter has not been thoroughly investigated. In contrast with clinical tools, one relatively inexpensive type of body fat meter uses the principle of bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) in order to determine an individual's body fat percentage. Its major role is the storage of surplus dietary triglycerides (37), and it expands with the development of obesity. Measurements made in 12 unpaired specimens (Table 3) showed that for omental tissue the two time constants differed by almost one order of magnitude but were similar in amplitude. 6, 4 May 2015 | Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part P: Journal of Sports Engineering and Technology, Vol. AT showed nonlinear stress/strain characteristics of up to a 30% strain. Omental AT samples had a higher content of fibrillar proteins than subcutaneous AT samples (8 ± 4.1% in omental, 4.5 ± 1.9% in subcutaneous, P = 0.026). 54, No. In a small number of individuals, the tissue samples were sufficiently large to be divided into up to four samples. At a microscopic level there was considerable heterogeneity in both the structure and strain response of the tissue. Insulin secretion is stimulated by high blood sugar, which results from consuming carbohydrates.[43]. [61] In doing so, these normally energy-storing adipocytes become energy-releasing adipocytes. Fat cells have an important physiological role in maintaining triglyceride and free fatty acid levels, as well as determining insulin resistance. Mössenböck et al. To test these important hypotheses and to determine which of the changes in ATs that occur in obesity and in conditions such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes (3, 4, 13, 18) are functionally significant, it is necessary to fully understand the mechanical properties of the tissue both macroscopically and at the cellular level. [70] FGF21, a hormone secreted mainly by the liver, has garnered a great deal of interest after being identified as a potent stimulator of glucose uptake and a browning regulator through its effects on PGC-1α. One such study used microarray analysis in conjunction with Ingenuity IPA software to look at changes in WAT and BAT gene expression when mice were exposed to temperatures of 28 and 6 °C. We are aware of only a single group of studies relating the mechanical properties of AT to its structure (6–8). Cartilage is also present in the trachea, nose, ears, and larynx. At strains of ≤30%, AT produced nonlinear stress-strain curves, as shown in Fig. AT's endocrine function contributes to the systemic inflammation observed in obesity by secreting adipokines, including proinflammatory mediators (22). co As lipophilic contaminants, adipose tissue is the preferred matrix providing integrated measure of these chemicals accumulation over time [3,5,8,9]. - adipose (fat) tissue is a loose connective tissue composed primarily of lipid-filled cells known as adipocytes (fat cells) together with smaller numbers of fibroblasts and immune cells embedded in an extensive, collagenous extracellular matrix penetrated by a network of blood vessels (1). 3, Tissue Engineering Part A, Vol. As a fat storage organ, subcutaneous AT should have greater capacity for expansion with lipid storage than omental AT. [42], There is a constant flux of FFAs entering and leaving adipose tissue. 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